From 1 to 30 September 2021, the towns of Pontoise, Auvers-sur-Oise and l'Isle-Adam invite you to take a trip back to the time of the Impressionists for the first edition of Impressionism Month. Shows, exhibitions and workshops will bring to life for all, young and old, the painters who lived in the Oise Valley and made it a major place for the History of Art.

Open-air exhibitions "The Painters of the Oise Valley

From 1 to 30 September, the three towns will share a joint open-air exhibition "The Painters of the Oise Valley". A total of 18 panels in 120 x 80 cm format will be on display at the Pontoise town hall, in the Van Gogh Park in Auvers-sur-Oise and in the Jules Dupré Rose Garden in Isle-Adam, highlighting the painters who have made our region famous.

The Compagnie Les Trois coups l'œuvre will present its shows "Les figures impressionnistes":
- Sunday, September 5 at 5:00 p.m., "Impressionist Figures: Jules Dupré".
Parc du Château Conti, l'Isle-Adam, free admission
- Sunday 12 September at 3pm and 5pm, "Impressionist figures: Camille Pissarro".
Garden of the Pissarro Museum, Pontoise, free admission
- Sunday, September 26 at 4pm, "Impressionist figures : Charles François Daubigny".
Courtyard of the Daubigny Museum, Auvers-sur-Oise, free admission

The town of Auvers-sur-Oise will also host two shows and workshops for children by the company Les Streuhbles:
- Wednesday 8 September at 10:30 am, a show based on stories and Impressionism, "A Thousand and One
Mille et une couleurs" (4 to 9 years old).
- Sunday 19 September at 10:30 am, workshop "At the time of the Impressionists" (from 7 years old)

Médiathèque d'Auvers-sur-Oise, free admission, reservation required [email protected] or 09 72 50 73 70

On Saturday 18 September at 6pm, the Daubigny Museum will host a piano-flute concert on the theme of Impressionism. Pascale Forgerit on flute and Léopold Sers on piano will play Claude Debussy, Francis Poulenc and Gabriel Fauré.
Musée Daubigny d'Auvers-sur-Oise, reservation required [email protected] or 01 30 36 80 20